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  • Changing schedule could keep IndyCar on right track

    Less than a month after the season opener was canceled, IndyCar Series chief Mark Miles outlined a new vision for scheduling Tuesday that includes more races, fit perfectly between football seasons in hopes of adding interest and fans. "We know that in...
  • Nazareth's Sage Karam gets a ride in St. Pete Grand Prix

    On Sunday, Sage Karam moved back into Indianapolis. Last year, Karam lived in the hub of Indy-car racing only for the racing season. He'd undoubtedly like it to be more permanent this time. On Tuesday, the former Nazareth High wrestler and 2013...
  • Andretti Autosports hires Rob Edwards as head of race operations

    Andretti Autosport has hired Rob Edwards, who spent the past five-plus years as team general manager with Schmidt Peterson Motorsports, as its director of race operations and engineering. Edwards replaces longtime team director Kyle Moyer, who moved...
  • Andretti, Power headline Vegas karting event

    Andretti, Power headline Vegas karting event
    IndyCar again will have a strong presence at the 18th SKUSA SuperNationals this weekend in Las Vegas. Reigning Verizon IndyCar Series champion Will Power and race winner Marco Andretti headline the lineup of drivers in nine divisions. The karting...
  • IndyCar racing to return to Pocono in 2015, but at a later date

    After months of speculation, Pocono Raceway announced on Thursday morning that IndyCar racing will return to Long Pond in 2015 for a third consecutive year.   However, unlike the past two summers when the race was held around Fourth of July weekend,...
  • Hunter-Reay, Richards-Ross head Broward Hall of Fame class

    Hunter-Reay, Richards-Ross head Broward Hall of Fame class
    Swift, stalwart, durable, dedicated and highly accomplished. The six members of the 2014 class of the Broward County Sports Hall of Fame named Friday span all of those attributes, and their list of achievements is staggering. Fort Lauderdale native Ryan...
  • Will he be Penske's Power at Pocono Raceway next month?

     
    Helio Castroneves is protcted from a scorching sun while his team works on his car during Tuesday's IndyCar test session at Pocono Raceway. You just assume that a guy named Will Power must be a never-give-up type. And that name......
  • Ryan Hunter-Reay wins another IndyCar race in Alabama

    Ryan Hunter-Reay coasted to his second straight victory at Barber Motorsports Park in Birmingham, Ala., when the rain-shortened IndyCar race finished under caution. A full-course caution came out for the final seven minutes of the timed race after...
  • Going into Grand Prix of Long Beach, Tony Kanaan is where he belongs

    Going into Grand Prix of Long Beach, Tony Kanaan is where he belongs
    No matter where he starts Sunday's race, veteran IndyCar driver Tony Kanaan believes he is sitting pretty. Kanaan, a fan favorite who won the Indianapolis 500 for the first time last year, was hired by the powerhouse team of Target Chip Ganassi Racing...
  • Ryan Hunter-Reay wins pole position for Long Beach Grand Prix

    Ryan Hunter-Reay wins pole position for Long Beach Grand Prix
    Ryan Hunter-Reay won the pole position for Sunday's Toyota Grand Prix of Long Beach, a race the former Verizon IndyCar Series champion won in 2010. Hunter-Reay, who drives for the Andretti Autosport team, turned a lap of 104.462 mph on the 11-turn, 1....
  • Mike Conway wins IndyCar Long Beach Grand Prix

    Mike Conway wins IndyCar Long Beach Grand Prix
    The first half of the 40th Toyota Grand Prix of Long Beach generally was a stately affair. There were no major accidents, though Sebastien Bourdais slammed into the tire barriers twice, and Ryan Hunter-Reay maintained the lead with apparent ease. Then...